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BackToZeon

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  1. From this source: It seems (to me) Kylo Ren 'refurbished' mask is a mash-up of both the old mask and the broken Darth Vader mask:
  2. I agree with you that a proper masking can be applied to former x-wings kits to achieve the same painting outcome but from the images (source it seems the new kits are designed to have colored sections separated from the white/grey ones making the painting easier.
  3. A new Bandai 'Kinder Surprise' scale (this time 1/100000) Star Wars vehicle will be released in August (in Japan): VEHICLE MODEL 016 SUPER STAR DESTROYER (source).
  4. A mini-masterpiece (mini just for the size) beauty as usual!
  5. It seems we are going to get two version of the BANDAI Star Destroyer: with or without LED lighting kit. Good to see that both versions will include a 1/5000 MF and a blockade runner!
  6. I love Bandai 'Kinder Surprise' scale but a 1/72 scale Slave I It would be nice as well!
  7. They tease us! https://twitter.com/HobbySite/status/1093456722805481474
  8. I agree. I'm a big fan of the original run (seen long time ago in my infancy) and I have appreciated the new series, but I have at least 15 related kits to be built in my stash so I guess I'm fine for the next 10 years or so!
  9. First time I've ever heard of this kit. Some info on 1999.co.jp: https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10045437 I guess from the size (37 cm long) it should be 1/700 scale.
  10. Yes this mecha should be 8 meters tall, still really impressive! The animated movies of Patlabor directed by Mamoru Oshii (director of the original "Ghost in the Shell") have a special place in my otaku hearth: highly recommended!
  11. This model is taken from a live series (Patlabor the Next Generation), you can take some image from the series prop (1/1 size) as inspiration: http://www.gunjap.net/site/?p=159600 I have the same model and sooner or later I'm going to use this kind of references for the build! HIH!
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